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    no pics to post but I found this link that has his catalogs from 1997 to 2008.

    hope it helps someone.

    Internet Archive Search: subject:"lemond"
     

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    I've just bought a 2003 Lemond Victoire Titanium F and F - will be buiding with 10 speed Record - pics up soon...(ish)
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    This was Greg's personal bike, designed by Tom Kellogg and built by Merlin.


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    Wow I thought Greg Lemond was in the customer section of the Spectrum site by mistake. (to my credit, he is riding a carbon Lemond in the photos)
     

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    Well i finally got my Titanium Lemond built up....
    Fits me perfectly - i never knew Titanium could be so buttery smooth - this will be with me for ever!

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedwheels View Post
    This was Greg's personal bike, designed by Tom Kellogg and built by Merlin.


    Amazing bike. That was the rig I wanted the most when I was 16-17. The following year he was on the IBIS ti stem and the calfee if memory serves. He started on steel for the early season, then went to ti and then was on the carbon bike for the tour.

    Very cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedwheels View Post
    This was Greg's personal bike, designed by Tom Kellogg and built by Merlin.


    Are you saying that this is Gregs ACTUAL BIKE that he rode in competiton? If so, please tell us about it!!! What is the geometry, mesurements, weight, components, crank size,stem size, cluster size etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proparc View Post
    Are you saying that this is Gregs ACTUAL BIKE that he rode in competiton? If so, please tell us about it!!! What is the geometry, mesurements, weight, components, crank size,stem size, cluster size etc.
    I second. I have a set of those old Scott "drop-ins" in a parts bin somehwere.
     

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    This was a bike that, by everything I could gather, was ridden in the '91 or '92 Paris-Nice. Here's a link to a posting by Tom Kellogg about these bikes.

    Serotta Competition Bicycle Forums - View Single Post - Lemond rode a Serotta to victory in Chambery?

    And here's a link to the rest of the pics of it:

    LeMonds pictures by wickedwheels1 - Photobucket

    Here's a link to him on this bike by Graham Watson:

    Greg LeMond - Graham Watson Cycling Photography

    Greg LeMond - Graham Watson Cycling Photography


    I can't figure out if he rode it in the '91 or the '92 season. There are pics of the rest of the squad on these bikes in the '91 Paris-Nice, but Graham Watson's pic is from '92. The specs on the bike raced a just a little bit different... no drop-in bars, for example, but I'm assuming that they would swap out components back and forth on these frames. There's another guy with a "sister" bike on there, but it also has slightly different details from what's in the pics. These two are the only two made specifically for Greg. Mine has his name painted on it and this guy's has a sticker with his name printed.

    Serotta Competition Bicycle Forums - My Team Z bike raced by Greg L
     

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    soft spot for this brand - my first 'good' bike
     

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    Very cool, but that picture is one of Greg's old bikes, not the only one that he ever owned.
     

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    Who would've thought that?
     

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    I always had my eye on a poprad; they were ahead of their time for disc cross bikes and made for awesome all-weather commuters:

     

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    This is a Lemond I owned a couple years ago. Got it from Mschol here on the forum. Super geo. Super riding bike. Just not particularly stiff. But there was nothing else wrong with it. It was replaced by my Look 585.

    But this is a helluva bike. Sent if off to California after I was done with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xjahx View Post
    I always had my eye on a poprad; they were ahead of their time for disc cross bikes and made for awesome all-weather commuters:

    I just picked up a Poprad Disc and couldn't be happier. Apart from a few personal tweaks, such as bars, bar tape and saddles; it'll be raced in next years cross season exactly as shown in your photo. Classy looking bike IMO.
     

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    Here's my 1997 Buenos Aires frame. It was hanging up in my garage for about ten years with paint peeled from the head tube and top tube. I sent it off to Spectrum Powderworks just after the new year for a re-paint. Originally it was red, but I decided try a different look. I hope to have it re-built by the summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DG62 View Post
    Here's my 1997 Buenos Aires frame. It was hanging up in my garage for about ten years with paint peeled from the head tube and top tube. I sent it off to Spectrum Powderworks just after the new year for a re-paint. Originally it was red, but I decided try a different look. I hope to have it re-built by the summer.
    Looks lovely
     

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    Very elegant. Well done.
     

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    lemondsmall.jpg
    Just picked up a 2000 Lemond. Not stock, but it looks and rides great, I'm super happy with it. BTW, the Michelin Pro4 25mm tires are amazing.
     

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    My Poprad
     

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